Meat seasoning.

Discussion in 'Cooking Forum' started by Farm4wildlife, Aug 9, 2019.

  1. callinfowl

    callinfowl Calling forum Moderator

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    I like to cook with things I have at the house, I grow rosemary, basil, sage, and the hot yoga instructor next door has a huge lemon tree and avocado tree. I grow chili peppers, tomatoes, Vidalia and red onions, garlic, red and russet potatoes, and zucchini and we have two HUGE granny smith apple tree's that literally have thousands of apples on them. I make my own mozzarella and ricotta cheese from whole unpasteurized fresh squeezed milk and rennet from an organic dairy about 30 minutes from my house. I trade my homemade cheese for fresh milk and fresh eggs. I love eating things that I know where they came from, I try not to get to carried away with premade rubs or marinades, when I can make killer marinades with soy sauce Worcestershire, garlic, onion, ginger, lemon, pepper, and EVOO.
     
  2. OneShotBandit

    OneShotBandit Elite Refuge Member Supporting Member

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    When do you find time to look at the “hot yoga instruct?” :l :l :l
     
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  3. soiltester

    soiltester Elite Refuge Member

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    Grill everything with "Bad Byron's Butt Rub" :tu
     
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  4. OneShotBandit

    OneShotBandit Elite Refuge Member Supporting Member

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    :eek: :D
     
  5. tcc

    tcc Elite Refuge Member

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    Rosemary is one of those things that's pretty popular but I'm just not a fan. I like the smell of it, but just don't care for it on meat at all. I do like lemon pepper on chicken though, and use butter on everything(real butter, no margarine or any of that crap!).
     
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  6. J.Bennett

    J.Bennett Elite Refuge Member

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    I’m not a big fan of rosemary on beef, but it’s pretty good with lamb, venison, pork and chicken. Fresh only.
     
  7. J.Bennett

    J.Bennett Elite Refuge Member

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    Fish that’s getting grilled either gets salt, lemon pepper and light garlic (and sometimes dill, depending on what fish... salmon always gets the dill) or it gets a 5-10 minute soak in Italian dressing. After being turned, each piece gets a pad of butter melted over it.
     
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  8. GUNNERX2

    GUNNERX2 Elite Refuge Member

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    Steaks...Either Chicago Steak or Montreal Steak
    Chicken...Montreal Chicken or Lemon Pepper
    Grilled Asparagus...EVOO and Lemon Pepper
    Oven Roasted Potatoes...EVOO+Cheap yellow mustard+Lemon Pepper
     
  9. sfpenn

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    Pig’s *** Rub. (At Lowe’s is called Booty Rub.) It is awesome on pork or chicken.
     

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  10. Rice Hunter

    Rice Hunter Senior Refuge Member

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    I support Oakridge too. Most bottled stuff had binders and other garbage in it, so prefer to make my own. Having said that Oakridge claims they don't use anything but the spices listed on their ingredient list.
     

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